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Episode Info:  Find out how an insulting comment from her boss helped my guest Shelly Collins find her career purpose and path when she didn’t think she had one. Shelly explains how being very organized has helped her succeed in her career and now as an entrepreneur, despite having an ADHD diagnosis.     Coming from a family with strong entrepreneurial female role models meant Shelly  was confident about starting a her own business and yet still had to overcome certain fears. Shelly tells us how she was shaking as she knocked on the door of her first client and how she overcame that fear and the client experience was a big boost to her confidence.     We learn why she recently went from being a successful solo-entrepreneur organizer to forming a partnership with two colleagues.       Shelly offers tons of advice including the importance of being yourself and not trying to imitate the positioning of other organizers who have different personalities and styles and how that has favorably affected her business. She also gives examples of how mentors have helped her succeed and how as a solo-entrepreneur she found experienced role models and mentors to support and guide her.   The number one piece of advice Shelly offers to be more confident and successful is to overcome emotional decision making  and taking client issues personally because of your  ‘head trash’ otherwise known as negative self-talk.    To learn more about Shelly’s business or to set up a complimentary call with the Gateway Organizers visit the website  
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